Date: 5/28/19 10:59 am
From: Lars Norgren <larspernorgren...>
Subject: [obol] Re: Sherman Wrentit Report
One gender of Bustit has pale iris--awesome red herring. But streaky
throat? The Pallid Wrentit certainly frequents drier (but not colder)haunts
from Kfalls southward. But they ain't gonna leapfrog the length of the
state. "Neil Bjorklund "rings a bell. But no more than that. The comment
about common breeding species effectively dismisses the observer's choice
of ID for me.lpn

On Tue, May 28, 2019, 10:05 AM Charles Gates <cgates326...> wrote:

> On May 12, Neil Bjorklund reported several Wrentits in Sherman County.
> Breeding Wrentits at this location would be a significant breeding range
> expansion so I would like to contact Neil and get more details before I
> make a run out to this location. Anyone know his email address?
> Wrentit (Chamaea fasciata) (6)
> - Reported May 12, 2019 12:51 by Neil Bjorklund
> - (45.3076,-120.9575), Sherman, Oregon
> -
> Map:
> - Checklist:
> - Comments: "Wrentit is a common breeder in this portion of the
> Deschutes drainage. They were all over my camp site and I watched them
> foraging at very close range for two days. The pale iris, long tail,
> and streaky throat made it an easy ID."
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